Finland's Christian Englbom certainly caught everyone's attention with this Triumph routine at the Genii convention. It was created after a challenge from Juan Tamariz to create the cleanest, most natural looking Triumph effect possible and we think he solved that in spades! One moment he spreads the deck to show a complete mix of face-up and face-down cards and then with no funny movements, he spreads the deck again to show that all of the cards are face-down except the selection. It's that clean!
We know that magic trailers don't always give you a full performance so opted to film our own. We had Christian sit directly in front of the camera to show us just how good this looks. And as you'll see, it looks fantastic!
The method is unlike anything we have seen before. There are no difficult sleights, misprinted cards, or strangely printed gimmicks. This is a new approach to the classic plot and it may well become the way that many of magic's best perform Triumph.
Customer reviews for Pieces
I am a huge fan of Christian Engblom magic! I remember when I saw this trick for the first time and I was baffled. It is real magician fooler! When I received the gimmicks I was excited because the method was something I was not seen before. Also you can finish this trick clean and allow the spectator to examine the cards as much as he or she wants. Brilliant!
As the above reviews mention, this is amazing! i'm super happy with it!
Wonderful! I love that I could make this into my favorite deck!
An amazing effect with a phonemail gimmick! this is the cleanest Triumph I've ever seen! I'm really happy with it!
This is the BEST Triumph I've ever seen! When the change happens. it fools myself! I love it!
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CHRIS asks: I bite my tongue for asking, but what on earth is a "phonemail gimmick"?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Where does it mention a phonemail gimmick? I am unable to see this